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From the sign out front, to the bow booth inside, to the smallest details on the menus, every piece was made to look and feel like the fictional 1985 store, including uniforms for employees. The shops will remain open for two weeks as Scoop Ahoy. Duffer Brothers and 'Stranger Things: The First Shadow' Team Tease Henry Creel Origins in Stage Play Rumors first started swirling a week ago when TikTok user @Markie_devo took to the popular app to share their discovery of Scoops Ahoy branded ice cream at Walmart. What ensued was a scavenger hunt that led to a plethora of taste-testing videos being posted.

Sometimes simple is better. The JCPenney logo has seen little to no changes over the years, making the brand instantly recognizable. Graphic design in the 80s featured pastel colors, animal print, tropicals, neon, pop art brights, and bold geometrics, making the style truly recognizable, even to the non-designer’s eye. Matt O’Rourke, chief creative officer, 22squared, added: “Working on this campaign has been an awkward walk down memory lane. Growing up in the 80s was a strange time, and I speak for many of us at the agency when I say many of us relived some childhood memories through this process, which is essentially what watching Stranger Things evokes and why I think this work is so spot on.” Oh, and they also turned their logo upside down and used a similar line lettering effect to mimic the upside-down world in Stranger Things. Very clever, Levi’s. While the ice cream seems to be available in Walmarts around the United States, neither Walmart nor Stranger Things has made an official announcement. At least, not yet. Given this, I believe the destroyed Scoops Ahoy video shared this morning is them hinting at the ice cream line.

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Scoops Ahoy played such a massive role in the show, and for some, it was clear that this staple was a reference to Baskin Robbins. Everyone has good theories about why the Stranger Things account decided now was a good time to share a video of the destroyed Scoops Ahoy set from Season 3. However, I think the video is teasing the official announcement of a Scoops Ahoy line of ice cream products.

Scoops Ahoy sails into Baskin-Robbins at 1201 S Victory Blvd in Burbank, CA starting TODAY! Swing by now before we lift anchor on 7/14. Ahoy! A 15-second commercial was made to promote USS Butterscotch, a limited-time offer flavor being sold in Baskin-Robbins stores nationwide. The Baskin-Robbins R&D team took the flavor name from the show and created the flavor. If you weren’t looking too closely, they were easy to miss. But since Looka is all about logos, it was the first thing that stood out! The Stranger Things logo and 80s theme One of the coolest things about the show is the iconic Stranger Things logo itself. The blood-red neon, stencil letters, and panned-out animation make it anything but forgettable.Much of season 3 is set in a mall, which was the epicenter of teen life before the launch of the internet and social media. Even the Starcourt Mall logo exudes all the 80s feels you’ve ever wanted (and then some). Speaking of Coca-Cola, the (old) New Coke made an appearance in many scenes of season 3. They’re now selling the limited-edition cans along with some 80s-themed merchandise. In the fourth season episode, "Dear Billy", Erica uses an old recycled Scoops Ahoy cup as a paint cup. Stranger Things is a true ode to the 80s, and a celebration of the era’s pop culture — it’s totally tubular. This show is a perfect platform for advertisements, and it’s clear that many brands jumped on the bandwagon this season for a good reason.

A classic American brand, The Gap, made its way into this season’s long list of featured brands (cue the shopping montage). This logo has seen some major changes over the years, getting rid of its all-lowercase rounded typeface and tight kerning. You can’t help but love that retro logo feel, though. A total of five elements were developed for this campaign. First, the shop had to be built. On 2 July, a Baskin-Robbins store in Burbank, California and another in Toronto uncovered a facelift. SCUDESAINZ: can i get a scoop of steve and scoop of robin??? AND A SCOOP OF WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON HERE This logo is so popular, there’s even a free Stranger Things logo maker you can use to create your very own logo in this style. In late 2023, a Stranger Things-themed and branded ice cream, Scoops Ahoy Ice Cream, was made available in US stores. [2]

What are the Scoops Ahoy ice cream flavors?

As mentioned, Burger King was featured prominently in the third season of Stranger Things. The brand also partnered with Coca-Cola, so you can go to any participating Burger King and get a “Hopper Meal” or an “Upside Down Whopper.” It was likely that Scoops Ahoy was highly regarded in Starcourt, as suggested by a Stranger Things 3 Starcourt Mall promo. [1] Part of making this world feel believable is making every communication feel like it’s from 1985. Oh, and look for a very special number at the end of the ad.” In a time when sugary cereal was yet to be viewed too critically by the watchful eye of government health departments, kids could eat Cocoa Puffs by the boxes without judgment. Unlike some of the other logos spotted in Stranger Things, the Cocoa Puffs logo has been made more retro and fun today, with curved letters and a 3D effect.

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